Raven Banner’s specialty label has acquired Canadian rights to two Toronto-bound Cannes triumphs: Un Certain Regard winner The Happiest Day In The Life Of Olli Mäki and Critics Week winner Mimosas.
Oscilloscope Laboratories has picked up US rights from MK2 International to Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon’s fourth feature.
Director Garth Davis and Harvey Weinstein to present the true life story in Zurich.
Titles include Molly from British director Sally Potter (Ginger & Rosa) [pictured].
Egomaniac director Kate Shenton wins special mention.
Co-creator Andy Nyman discussed the project, set to star Martin Freeman (Sherlock, The Hobbit), at FrightFest.
FrightFest panel included actor Andy Nyman, director Simon Rumley and Arrow Films’ Mike Hewitt.
Fox International Productions’ next Korean production The Proxy Soldiers is set to start shooting on September 5.
AUGUST 29 UPDATE: Screen Gems and Stage 6’s horror film stormed to the top with a muscular debut that will have executives at the studios behind many of this summer’s costly flops green with envy.
The Walt Disney Co (India) is scaling back its local-language production, according to local media reports.
UPDATE: The head of the festival has branded reports of eleventh-hour staff resignations “slanderous” and “garbage” as the 40th anniversary edition got underway this week.
Festival cancels gala dinner and reception in solidarity with the victims of this week’s deadly earthquake in Italy.
Other winners include Agnus Dei, Toni Erdmann, The Day Will Come, Amundsen & Nobile and I’ll Try Again.
First-half 2016 results reveal falling subscribers at Canal+ France and drop in Studiocanal profits for same period in 2015.
EXCLUSIVE: Scanbox takes Scandinavian rights to upcoming period drama from Finnish director Mikko Kuparinen.
The winner of the Eurimages Lab Project Award from Haugesund’s Works In Progress presentations was Katrín Ólafsdóttirs The Wind Blew On from Iceland.
Harry Potter star to present two films at festival.
EXCLUSIVE: Raindance chief picks five films to look out for at the forthcoming festival.
Norwegian actress and filmmaker announces end to directing on panel with fellow filmmakers Pernilla August and Iram Haq.
EXCLUSIVE: Paul Hanson’s production, financing and distribution outfit has launched an international sales label in the run-up to the Toronto International Film Festival.
Plus: ‘Anything’ wraps Los Angeles shoot; monterey media acquires ‘No Pay, Nudity
Screen International Presents: Toronto 2016 Product Guide
Ever wondered what the god of thunder got up to while everyone else was smashing each other up in Captain America: Civil War? (And Hulk, for that matter.)
Screen asked the participants at the sixth annual Developing Your Film Festival course what tips they took away from expert speakers and their peers.
Jen Handorf talks about the demise of Metrodome, the Blumhouse effect and a potential bursting of an “independent film bubble”.
Screen profiles the world premieres at the 73rd Venice Film Festival.
The full line-up of world premieres in the Venice Days programme at the Venice Film Festival, with details on each title including sales contacts.
The full line-up of world premieres in Venice’s Critics’ Week, with details on each title including sales contacts.
The full line-up of world premieres Out of Competition at Venice, with details on each title including sales contacts.
The full line-up of world premieres in Venice’s Horizons programme, with details on each title including sales contacts.